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Supported Clients
SmartClient WebClient NGClient MobileClient

Property Summary
Object [index] Get an element by index.
Number length Get the length of the array.

Methods Summary
Array concat(value1) Returns a new array comprised of this array joined with other array(s) and/or value(s).
Array concat(value1, value2) Returns a new array comprised of this array joined with other array(s) and/or value(s).
Array concat(value1, value2, valueN) Returns a new array comprised of this array joined with other array(s) and/or value(s).
Boolean every(callback) Runs a function on items in the array while that function is returning true.
Boolean every(callback, thisObject) Runs a function on items in the array while that function is returning true.
Array filter(callback) Runs a function on every item in the array and returns an array of all items for which the function returns true.
Array filter(callback, thisObject) Runs a function on every item in the array and returns an array of all items for which the function returns true.
void forEach(callback) Runs a function (callback) on every item in the array.
void forEach(callback, thisObject) Runs a function (callback) on every item in the array.
Number indexOf(searchElement) Returns the first index at which a given element can be found in the array, or -1 if it is not present.
Number indexOf(searchElement, fromIndex) Returns the first index at which a given element can be found in the array, or -1 if it is not present.
Boolean isArray(obj) Checks whether an object is an array or not.
String join(delimiter) Puts all elements in the array into a string, separating each element with the specified delimiter
Number lastIndexOf(searchElement) Returns the last index at which a given element can be found in the array, or -1 if it is not present.
Number lastIndexOf(searchElement, fromIndex) Returns the last index at which a given element can be found in the array, or -1 if it is not present.
Array map(callback) Runs a function on every item in the array and returns the results in an array.
Array map(callback, thisObject) Runs a function on every item in the array and returns the results in an array.
Object pop() Pops the last string off the array and returns it.
Number push(value1) Mutates an array by appending the given elements and returning the new length of the array.
Number push(value1, value2) Mutates an array by appending the given elements and returning the new length of the array.
Number push(value1, value2, valueN) Mutates an array by appending the given elements and returning the new length of the array.
Array reverse() Puts array elements in reverse order.
Object shift() Decreases array element size by one by shifting the first element off the array and returning it.
Array slice(begin) The slice method creates a new array from a selected section of an array.
Array slice(begin, end) The slice method creates a new array from a selected section of an array.
Boolean some(callback) Runs a function on items in the array while that function returns false.
Boolean some(callback, thisObject) Runs a function on items in the array while that function returns false.
Array sort() Sorts the array elements in dictionary order or using a compare function passed to the method.
Array sort(function) Sorts the array elements in dictionary order or using a compare function passed to the method.
Array splice(arrayIndex, length) It is used to take elements out of an array and replace them with those specified.
Array splice(arrayIndex, length, value1) It is used to take elements out of an array and replace them with those specified.
Array splice(arrayIndex, length, value1, value2) It is used to take elements out of an array and replace them with those specified.
Array splice(arrayIndex, length, value1, value2, valueN) It is used to take elements out of an array and replace them with those specified.
Number unshift(value1, value2, valueN) Places element data at the start of an array.

Property Details

[index]

Get an element by index.

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

array[0]
 

length

Get the length of the array.

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

array.length
 

Methods Details

concat(value1)

Returns a new array comprised of this array joined with other array(s) and/or value(s).

Parameters

Object value1  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

array.concat();
 

concat(value1, value2)

Returns a new array comprised of this array joined with other array(s) and/or value(s).

Parameters

Object value1  
Object value2  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

array.concat();
 

concat(value1, value2, valueN)

Returns a new array comprised of this array joined with other array(s) and/or value(s).

Parameters

Object value1  
Object value2  
Object valueN  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

array.concat();
 

every(callback)

Runs a function on items in the array while that function is returning true. It returns true if the function returns true for every item it could visit. The callback function is invoked with three arguments: the element value, the element index, the array being traversed.

Parameters

Function callback  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

function isNumber(value) { return typeof value == 'number'; }
var a1 = [1, 2, 3];
application.output(a1.every(isNumber));
var a2 = [1, '2', 3]; 
application.output(a2.every(isNumber));
 

every(callback, thisObject)

Runs a function on items in the array while that function is returning true. It returns true if the function returns true for every item it could visit. The callback function is invoked with three arguments: the element value, the element index, the array being traversed.

Parameters

Function callback  
Array thisObject  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

function isNumber(value) { return typeof value == 'number'; }
var a1 = [1, 2, 3];
application.output(a1.every(isNumber));
var a2 = [1, '2', 3]; 
application.output(a2.every(isNumber));
 

filter(callback)

Runs a function on every item in the array and returns an array of all items for which the function returns true. The callback function is invoked with three arguments: the element value, the element index, the array being traversed.

Parameters

Function callback  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var a1 = ['a', 10, 'b', 20, 'c', 30];
var a2 = a1.filter(function(item) { return typeof item == 'number'; });
application.output(a2);
 

filter(callback, thisObject)

Runs a function on every item in the array and returns an array of all items for which the function returns true. The callback function is invoked with three arguments: the element value, the element index, the array being traversed.

Parameters

Function callback  
Array thisObject  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var a1 = ['a', 10, 'b', 20, 'c', 30];
var a2 = a1.filter(function(item) { return typeof item == 'number'; });
application.output(a2);
 

forEach(callback)

Runs a function (callback) on every item in the array. The callback function is invoked only for indexes of the array which have assigned values. The callback function is invoked with three arguments: the element value, the element index, the array being traversed.

Parameters

Function callback  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

function printThemOut(element, index, array) {
		application.output("a[" + index + "] = " + element);
}
var a = ['a', 'b', 'c'];	
a.forEach(printThemOut);
 

forEach(callback, thisObject)

Runs a function (callback) on every item in the array. The callback function is invoked only for indexes of the array which have assigned values. The callback function is invoked with three arguments: the element value, the element index, the array being traversed.

Parameters

Function callback  
Object thisObject  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

function printThemOut(element, index, array) {
		application.output("a[" + index + "] = " + element);
}
var a = ['a', 'b', 'c'];	
a.forEach(printThemOut);
 

indexOf(searchElement)

Returns the first index at which a given element can be found in the array, or -1 if it is not present.

Parameters

Object searchElement  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var a = ['a', 'b', 'a', 'b', 'a'];
application.output(a.indexOf('b'));
application.output(a.indexOf('b', 2));
application.output(a.indexOf('z'));
 

indexOf(searchElement, fromIndex)

Returns the first index at which a given element can be found in the array, or -1 if it is not present.

Parameters

Object searchElement  
Number fromIndex  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var a = ['a', 'b', 'a', 'b', 'a'];
application.output(a.indexOf('b'));
application.output(a.indexOf('b', 2));
application.output(a.indexOf('z'));
 

isArray(obj)

Checks whether an object is an array or not.

Parameters

Object obj  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var a = [1, 2, 3];
application.output(Array.isArray(a)); //prints true
application.output(Array.isArray(23)); //prints false
 

join(delimiter)

Puts all elements in the array into a string, separating each element with the specified delimiter

Parameters

String delimiter  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
var jwords = words.join(";");
 

lastIndexOf(searchElement)

Returns the last index at which a given element can be found in the array, or -1 if it is not present. The array is searched backwards, starting at fromIndex.

Parameters

Object searchElement  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var a = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'a', 'b'];
application.output(a.lastIndexOf('b'));
application.output(a.lastIndexOf('b', 4));
application.output(a.lastIndexOf('z'));
 

lastIndexOf(searchElement, fromIndex)

Returns the last index at which a given element can be found in the array, or -1 if it is not present. The array is searched backwards, starting at fromIndex.

Parameters

Object searchElement  
Number fromIndex  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var a = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'a', 'b'];
application.output(a.lastIndexOf('b'));
application.output(a.lastIndexOf('b', 4));
application.output(a.lastIndexOf('z'));
 

map(callback)

Runs a function on every item in the array and returns the results in an array. The callback function is invoked with three arguments: the element value, the element index, the array being traversed.

Parameters

Object callback  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var a = ['a', 'b', 'c'];	
var a2 = a.map(function(item) { return item.toUpperCase(); });	
application.output(a2);
 

map(callback, thisObject)

Runs a function on every item in the array and returns the results in an array. The callback function is invoked with three arguments: the element value, the element index, the array being traversed.

Parameters

Object callback  
Array thisObject  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var a = ['a', 'b', 'c'];	
var a2 = a.map(function(item) { return item.toUpperCase(); });	
application.output(a2);
 

pop()

Pops the last string off the array and returns it.

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
var lastword = words.pop();
 

push(value1)

Mutates an array by appending the given elements and returning the new length of the array.

Parameters

Object value1  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete");
words.push("In","Out");
 

push(value1, value2)

Mutates an array by appending the given elements and returning the new length of the array.

Parameters

Object value1  
Object value2  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete");
words.push("In","Out");
 

push(value1, value2, valueN)

Mutates an array by appending the given elements and returning the new length of the array.

Parameters

Object value1  
Object value2  
Object valueN  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete");
words.push("In","Out");
 

reverse()

Puts array elements in reverse order.

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
words.reverse();
 

shift()

Decreases array element size by one by shifting the first element off the array and returning it.

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
words.shift();
 

slice(begin)

The slice method creates a new array from a selected section of an array.

Parameters

Object begin  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
var nwords1 = words.slice(3, 5);
 

slice(begin, end)

The slice method creates a new array from a selected section of an array.

Parameters

Object begin  
Object end  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
var nwords1 = words.slice(3, 5);
 

some(callback)

Runs a function on items in the array while that function returns false. It returns true if the function returns true for any item it could visit. The callback function is invoked with three arguments: the element value, the element index, the array being traversed.

Parameters

Function callback  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

function isNumber(value) { return typeof value == 'number'; }  
var a1 = [1, 2, 3];    
application.output(a1.some(isNumber)); 
var a2 = [1, '2', 3];  
application.output(a2.some(isNumber));
 

some(callback, thisObject)

Runs a function on items in the array while that function returns false. It returns true if the function returns true for any item it could visit. The callback function is invoked with three arguments: the element value, the element index, the array being traversed.

Parameters

Function callback  
Array thisObject  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

function isNumber(value) { return typeof value == 'number'; }  
var a1 = [1, 2, 3];    
application.output(a1.some(isNumber)); 
var a2 = [1, '2', 3];  
application.output(a2.some(isNumber));
 

sort()

Sorts the array elements in dictionary order or using a compare function passed to the method.

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
words.sort();
 

sort(function)

Sorts the array elements in dictionary order or using a compare function passed to the method.

Parameters

Function function  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
words.sort();
 

splice(arrayIndex, length)

It is used to take elements out of an array and replace them with those specified.

Parameters

Object arrayIndex  
Object length  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
var nwords1 = words.splice(3, 2, "done", "On");
 

splice(arrayIndex, length, value1)

It is used to take elements out of an array and replace them with those specified.

Parameters

Object arrayIndex  
Object length  
Object value1  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
var nwords1 = words.splice(3, 2, "done", "On");
 

splice(arrayIndex, length, value1, value2)

It is used to take elements out of an array and replace them with those specified.

Parameters

Object arrayIndex  
Object length  
Object value1  
Object value2  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
var nwords1 = words.splice(3, 2, "done", "On");
 

splice(arrayIndex, length, value1, value2, valueN)

It is used to take elements out of an array and replace them with those specified.

Parameters

Object arrayIndex  
Object length  
Object value1  
Object value2  
Object valueN  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("limit","lines","finish","complete","In","Out");
var nwords1 = words.splice(3, 2, "done", "On");
 

unshift(value1, value2, valueN)

Places element data at the start of an array.

Parameters

Object value1  
Object value2  
Object valueN  

Returns

Supported Clients

SmartClient,WebClient,NGClient,MobileClient

Sample

var words = new Array("finish","complete","In","Out");
words.unshift("limit","lines");
 

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